Sociology/Indian Society-Introducing Indian Society Part 3 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:

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2.


Question:
 Freuds Id can best be translated as____________.

1.Reason

2.Hostility

3.Desire

4.Social conscience


Question:
 In large cities, the neighbourhood is largely a group ______ of characterised chiefly by the fact that the members reside within a geographical area.

1.loose families

2.neigh-dwellers

3.close relatives

4.slum dwellers


Question:
 In which of the following the principle of cooperation is not involved?

1.Cooperative society

2. United Nations

3.Family Planning

4.A intending to organise opposition against the cricket club


Question:
 Natural increase of population means___________

1.the net difference between births and deaths

2.population explosion

3.the difference between migration and immigration

4.the difference between birth rate and mortality rate


Question:
 Weber has identified various types of action which are distinguished by the meanings on which they are based. They are-

1.affective, emotional, and rational action

2.emotional, traditional and rational action

3.traditional, legal and charismatic action

4. none of the above


Question:
 _____ is spontaneous, _____ is artificial.

1.Fashion, culture

2.Mores, custom

3.Custom, fashion

4.Culture, habit


Question:
A motivated tendency of an actor to behave in contravention of one or more institutionalised normative patterns is a definition of-

1.Deviant Behaviour

2.Customary obedience

3.Refusal-tendency

4.None of the above


Question:
A scientific distinction between the urban and the rural community can be made on the basis of-

1.density of population

2. area covered

3.occupation followed by the people

4.none of the above


Question:
According to Cooley, the concept of____________ refers to an individual perception of self as determined by the way one imagines one appears to others or as others perceive us______.

1.Significant others

2.Generalised others

3.Looking-glass self

4.None of the above


Question:
According to Morgan, which of the following is the correct order of evolution of family?

1.Monogamian family, consanguine family, punaluan family, syndasmian family and patriarchal family

2.Punaluan family, syndyasmian family, consanguineal family, patriarchal family and monogamian family

3. Consanguine family, punaluan family, syndayasmian family, patriarchal family and monogamian family

4.None of the above


Question:
Article________ provides for a commissioner for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes

1.338

2.339

3.340

4.342


Question:
Customs are those sanctions-

1.Which are relegated by a single authority

2.Which are regulated by the eldest person in the group

3.Which are simply accepted by the members of the society

4.Which are regulated by law


Question:
Dependency groups are____________

1.14 years and younger and 65 years and above

2. 16 years and below and 60 years and above

3.18 years and younger and 60 years

4.None of the above


Question:
Deviant behaviour-

1.Brings the disintegrating forces in equilibrium

2.Disturbs the equilibrium in the social life of the people

3.Acts in contradiction to deviance

4.Means the behaviour which is shown by diligent individuals


Question:
Division of labour into occupations is called ____________.

1.social division of labour

2. occupational division of labour

3.technical division of labour

4.territorial division of labour


Question:
Division of labour within a particular enterprise is called-

1.social division of labour

2.technical division of labour

3.occupation division of labour

4. territorial division of labour


Question:
In adelphic polyandry form of marriage the children are treated as the offspring of the-

1. youngest brother

2.eldest brother

3.maternal uncle

4.none of the above


Question:
In religious belief system which one of the following is not true about Muslim system:

1.it believes in one supreme God

2.it believes in the theory of held and heaven

3.it believes in truth and falsehood

4.it believes in transmigration of soul


Question:
In which of the following is there a reciprocal relationship and interaction among men and groups within a cultural framework?

1.Society

2.Community

3.Social group

4.None of the above


Question:
It is believed that conformity with the customs is-

1.An automatic process

2.An indifferently imposed process

3.An artificial process in the sense that people follow customs to showoff

4.With some conceivable amount of deviation.


Question:
Marx believed that western society had developed through the following main epochs. They are ?

1. primitive communism, ancient society, feudal society and capitalist society

2.savagery, feudalism and capitalism

3.slavery, barbarism and feudalism

4.feudalism, capitalism and socialism


Question:
One is not born but rather becomes a woman. Who said this?

1.John Stuart Mill

2.Betty Friedan

3.Simone de Beauvoir

4. Shulamith Firestone


Question:
One of the major causes of high maternal mortality rate in India is:

1.Anaemia among Women

2.Carelessness of doctors

3.Illiteracy

4.Adolescent pregnancies


Question:
Primitive societies are characterised more by___________ terms in kinship.

1. classificatory

2. ambiguous

3.descriptive

4.deceptive


Question:
Public opinion as a means of social control is-

1.A weak sanction

2.An uncertain sanction, since no one can be sure of its unified stand

3.Useless since nobody is ready to follow it

4.Has no relation with social control


Question:
Rights which are given to the citizens by the constitution but which cannot be touched by the state are known as

1.legal rights

2.moral rights

3.political rights

4.fundamental rights


Question:
The concept of T and Me is attributed the name of-

1.C.H. Cooley

2.G.H. Mead

3.Sigmund Freud

4.Maclver


Question:
The descendants of common male ancestor are called__________.

1.agnates

2.cognates

3.lineal kins

4.collateral kins


Question:
The marriage relations in the matriarchal type of family are-

1.transient in nature

2. permanent in nature

3.of double coincidence in nature

4.similar to that of the patriarchal society


Question:
The tendency on the part of one or more of the component factors to behave in such a way as to disturb the equilibrium of interactive process is the definition given by-

1. W.G. Sumner

2.Emile Durkheim

3.R.K. Merton

4.Talcott Parsons


Question:
Whereas for Marx history ultimately leads to, and ends with the communist Utopia for Pareto history is a never ending

1.process

2.circulation of elites

3.process of producing lion elites

4.process of producing fox elites


Question:
Which among the following does not involve secondary cooperation?

1.Religious organization

2.Industry

3.Trade Union

4.Teacher-student relations


Question:
Which among the following involves secondary cooperation?

1.Family

2.Cabinet

3.The Party Executive

4.Trade Union


Question:
Which among the following involves secondary cooperation?

1.Trade Union

2.Countries which joined to defeat Hitler in the Second World War

3.The referee, players and spectators on the play ground

4.All the above


Question:
Which among the following is based on direct cooperation?

1.Family

2.Government

3.Parliament

4.General Assembly


Question:
Which among the following is true of socialization?

1.It socializes the individuals

2.It makes society above individual

3.It brings individuals into the social

4.All the above


Question:
Which Article of the constitution deals with specifying a particular tribe as a scheduled tribe?

1.Art. 342

2.Art. 343

3.Art. 344

4.Art. 345


Question:
Which is true of socialization?

1.It highlights values & manners within individuals.

2. Socialisation includes both learning of new things and unlearning of maladaptive behaviours

3.Socialization is both intentional and unintentional

4.All the above


Question:
Which of the following cannot be called as the deviant individuals?

1.Delinquent

2.Saint

3.Miser

4. Hippie


Question:
Which of the following statements is correct?

1.Deviance is in contradiction to social norms

2.Deviance is the negation of the social behaviour and decency

3.Deviance means the performance of activities which are not approved by the society

4.All of the above


Question:
Which one of the following cannot be the cause of frustration in the belief system?

1.untimely death of a relation

2.heavy loss of property

3.failure in meeting a group of friends

4.more reward for less work


Question:
Which one of the following is not a characteristic of deviant behaviour?

1.It disturbs social equilibrium

2.It contravenes social norms

3.It is a departure from usual mode of behaviour

4. It is a departure from newly developed set of behaviour


Question:
Which one of the following is NOT the advantage of Polygamy?

1.(a) in it, it is possible to have healthy children

2.in it the chances of sex corruption are reduced

3.in it the fragmentation of property is saved

4. in it there is harmony in the family


Question:
Who among the following has brought the concept of ID, Ego and Superego?

1.Sigmund Freud

2.G.H. Mead

3.C.H. Cooley

4.Maclver


Question:
Who first introduced the concept of alienation into sociological theory?

1.Hegel

2.August Comte

3.Marx

4.Herbert Spencer


Question:
Who has tabled the process of socialization through the process of playing at a role?

1.O.H. Mead

2.C.H. Cooley

3.S. Freud

4.T. Mazumdar


Question:
Whose name associated with the concept of generalized other?

1.G.H. Mead

2.C.H. Cooley

3.Maclver

4.S. Freud


Question:
Whose name is associated with concept of significant others?

1.C.H. Cooley

2.G.H. Mead

3.S. Freud

4.Maclver


Question:
Whose name is associated with the process of Socialization?

1.C.H. Cooley

2.G.H. Mead

3.Sigmund Freud

4.All the above


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